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srl'EBtDAY, PioHin News Depot, Main street C. Wiederhold. . Dllnlag twu Mix UHfc Aehlm JjOOALITHMS. Tbi. Ths Kew Magdalen, lot Miss Hincklfy, benefit, drew a Urge audieDCa Inst night. In the role of Merey Merrick Min. Hinckley achieved great histrionic triamph, it being character peculiarly euited to her style oroting. Al the quiet,, unobtrusive nurse in the hat at Menheim, yearning for a place in that society which refnaea to receive her, but on all opportunities .v .. w forth aa haTinit that which nrecludea hr recognition the taint of '. , 1 , movement tliereiugr. "'"J .7 depicted the almost despairing anxiety with which the was filled. In the as snmedroleof Grace Boseberry we find her straggling with terrible earnestness either to peraeTere tt the end in her false position or yield to the incessant remorse which never leaves her. To warda the close of the third act, where she is confronted by the real Grace Rose berry, every movement was moat in tensely watched by the audience, and her by-play ni eloquent to the doll, est comprehension. Space will not per mit of a more extended criticism, but Miss Hinckley's Mercy Merrick has been the most lenitimate aoccess on our local boardi. Messrs. Dudley, Bird and Ma cuire did well. Dora Lorraine deserves praise for her fulfillment of Lady Jan t, and Mrs. Bird was most characteristic in the unthankful part of Grace Roseberry. To-morrow night the company open in Bullionville for a few nights. Hi His Gonb. H. M. Barnes, ex- Postmaster, ex-Notary Public, ex-Board-ing-bonse keeper, has vanished. Whith er be has gone no mau knowelh. He had many friends hire who deeply regret bis departure; but he did not even bid them farewell. The trial of partiug would have been too severe for his sensi tive nature, and he would have been obliged to remain. His milkman, his butcher, and his baker, particularly r-cret bis loss; not for any pecuniary benefit bis presence might be to tbem; for his soul was above paying base lucre in return for what be received trom them. He repaid them with bis high nward. He was very condescending. even stoopiug to borrow twenties from many whom be considered far below him in the social scale. Aud so free-hearted and ttacjuchtlesi was he that the idea of returning these "base counters" to his friends never entered his mind. Wherever he noes among strangers, let this recora meudatiou go b f ura him, and may all. especially the members of tLe Press, re ceive bim as be deserves. Alas, he left in the KrooBD office only a little bill, as a (ouuenier, over which we may ponder and weep in after years. A Wbono Iupussiom. We have heard it said that there is an impression in Utah that more men are wanted in the Fioche mines. It is said tbat oar want of miners is advertised there. The im pression that we want more men ia en tirely wrong, aa there are many good miners here now and there have been many for some time past, unable to ob tain work of any kind. II there are any advertisements' in Utah, or in any other place, to the effect that more men are wasted here tbey are published by un principled men, who utter nothing but falsehood. We can hardly believe, how ever, tbat anybody really does try to in due working men to come here now; fur we can see no ohj. ct in it. When miners are wanted here the fact will, we trust, be sufficiently advertised in the Bkoobd. Hicutn Ovr. Yesterday afternoon on Main street there was a drunken man with bis clothing nearly torn off him, hie right thonlder and back being perfectly naked. There was no possibility of mak ing bim walk off, and he was therefore put into an express wogun and hauled away. As he sat in the bed of tbe ve hicle, while it carried him off down the street, he protested vigorously against such treatment, but the tyrannic officer on tbe seat ana the nnpitying driver heeded not his cries. Lidikh' Fail A large number of la dies have joined together for the laudable purpose of getting up a fair, tbe proceeds of which are to be given for the enlarge ment of tbe Catholio Cbureb in this place, or the building of a new one. Next 1 nduy night the fair will open. Pn par ation have been soiua on for several weeks i.ast. and we may expect the result 10 oa someining grand. W. L. Rixsi. The many frienda of this gentleman, whose right arm was amputated a short time since, will be glsd to leurn that he is now doing as well aa could possibly be expected under the oircumstances. Air. Reese has many acquaintances in V irginia City, who will do giaa 10 near trom 111m. Surgical Opibatiom. On Sunday a large tumor was successfully token from the side of Wm. Kraft, a patient in the County Hospital. The operation waa ucceaaiuiiy performed oy Dr. Deal, JJrs, nergsiein ana rmison assisting. Thi nights are very cold at present! and people are thinking of putting up stoves for the Winter. The days are worm anu sansniny. The testimony in the case of Hurring. ton and Ferguson, lately convicted of tvi 1. .-1 .... ! 1. .. : ... 1 1 . 1 --.www, , wing eif.ieu vj oruer, mat 11 umj go 10 me supreme Court. F. Mcllot. In the District Court yesterday P. J'ulloy pleaded guilty to assault and battery. He waa fined $100 ana costs. Kino! A few nights since a man mado keno with the first seven balls at Frank "lack's, and got $30 for it. Momit seems to be rather scarce just -ow. The people say "There's a good me eomiog 1, pay-day. Cbas. Nobtcn, who waa aecidentially hot, is doing well. It Is hoped that he i recover. , . Bullion Shipment. The bullion ship ment by Wells, Fargo & Co. yesterdsy 8rxnAT and Monday were unfavorable "ys lor items. Tbe fighters are quiet. To Bint. The spacious building for merly ocooDied as the Ricobd office, having been thoroughly repaired, lined and papered, is offered for rent at a low figure. For Dartionlara minli to the office of the D.ily Racoon, in Michael's cigar store, Alain street, opposite Meadow A alley. Wa would Vail the attention of our readers to the advertisement in another JQlumn of the Brooks Sewing v acuin, -lit. of HitW Ynvh. ftlmv K.I .. indeed a valuable invention, a n'rst-eUaa -wing maenwe tor five dollars. A mw circulating library, Imported oi gars, tobnooo, statiouery and confection ry at J. Levin & Co. "a, opposite Hamil ton s saloon, Main street. ft. AaHIM BBO. "wis. Baowa asb Buca Bursa ma, ttt ta mi, am frowst eauataaera peats 3 sii SO, at H. Aahlna k BtVsT sra4nhtsta at fba.e kits a. Aaavlaa Bra's. ft. A8HIM BBO. Dues races Suns, hO; worth $30. Whe don't kaew that the eheapMt store la) ! Is a. Aabiaa i Bro'at Boys clothing 1 Latest strict at a. Ask fas t Rro's. A hat srtvasi to every am that bars salt at S. A stain sfe Bra's. Something; nnr-nd, white aad bias Cat. Mlaalon flaanel sadmhlrti aasl drawers a. 00 at A stains sfe Bra. ' Paper collar Byronta or Shaken "s-coxtis per was at asauas at aire. Cheap! White, brow a and Mark eaavas shoes at S. Ashins efe Bra's. have played havoe with) -Coraestio peace n ail lands and in all ages; but we do not remember that there was ever before such a succession of murders and sui cides throughout the land, from these causes, as there hss been daring the last tew months. AHHIVALS AND DEPAHTTJRES . ... ARRIVALS sr anjica a siwseai's uu lax a ldic. . M Brahanlo - " Joseph Amkroglo DEfABTTJKEB. ' 1 TBAVIS S CO.'B BAim.TOX IJWK. AOolph Coha ' OB Lord airs leeooiai ST onjcsB a ujssuar's salt xjlkz uksv . flit Barnes ' BBMKF GLANCES. David Cbockitt refused to take the oath of alleeianoe " to the Rerjnblic of Texas or any other goverument that might be established, saying that he was a republican, and it any other than a republic was the result of the revolu tion, he would not support it or defeud 11. Sesitob Hatki. of feonth Carolina. once said that President Jackson waa so pleased with Webster's speech aeainst nullification, that Old Hickory thought seriously or appointing Webster Chief Justice in piece oi John Marshall Tbi Bakersfleld Courier says tbat of late immigrants have been coming into Kern county in numbers much more con siderable than has been known in pre vious years. At Fort Yuma lately, a man named George Douglas, intending to quell a quarrel between John Dawson, and an. other, waa shot dead bv Uawaon, who has since been taken to Pbmnix for trial. Tbi Pe Pe Vulley, in Obio, derives its name from Feter 1'atnck, who was killed there in 178S. but who, before his death, had engraved the initials of his name on numerous trees. Nine thousand tons of wbeat of the crop of this year have been received at Hoi lister, Monterey county, Cel., three thousand of which have ready been abipped to Ban I raucisco, BlNATons Morton and Rayard, a spe cial committee of the Senate, are trying to devise a mode 01 electing tbe i resi dent which shall do away with the Eleo torsi Colleges. Oni of the editors of the Moatanian is writing a book to be called Wonderland embracing a description of the National fork and of Montana Territory. Thi mountains are on fire in many places between Downieville and Sierra alley, and a good, refreshing rain much longed for by all. Thobpe. Independent candidate for the Assembly, received seven ninjnrity ing Klamath, but he is beaten hy ilur- ly (Dem.), in Del forte county. Ftftt vessels laden with grain valued S3.oUU.UUU, hare been ttiapatohed tbi year from California for burope, and dozen more are taking cargo. There is a large amount of grain still nnthreshedin Scott Valley; also in the Bntteville neighborhood in Shasta Val- Ginkbal Scbofieu hss issued an or der to the commander at Fort Klamath direoting that Captain Jack and live other Modocs be executed Uctober Jd Tbi Trackee Republican thinks that the radroad company might do worse than to locate its main depot lor sup. i s, repairs etc, at tbat place Wm. P. Pbitchard, formerly one of the proprietors of the Graud Hotel, San rrancisco, died suddenly on tne ZJd nst. On Tuesday last. Dexter Tarn, a pio neer of IHt'J, died ut the Uccidental Ho tel, San Francisco. Tbe majority for Paul Xeuman, over John w. lioBi, lor tlartior commissioner, in California, was only G00, At Camp Moiave, Arizona, for day ihiring the past Summer the therniome. ter stood at Vii degrees in the sbade Tbi Courier, of Bakersfleld, Kern county, thinks there is a flue opening that town for a drug-store. Mb. and Mrs. Geo. K. Davis, of Marysville, oelebrated their Bilver wed ding anniversary on tbe 20th inst. Tbi State Grauge of tbe Patrons of Husbandry tor California will meet at San Jose on the 11th of next month. The Pueblo Chieftain estimates tie wool clip of Colorado and Kew Mexico bis year at o.uuu.uuu pounaa. Beater (Utah) boasts of a turnip two feet in circumference and weighing over four pounds. The Salt Lake, Sevier Valley and Pioche Railroad ia finished within a mile of Clinton's. Bt the failure of tbe First National Bank at Washington, Andy Johnson lost uu,uuu. AN FRANCISCO STOCK. BBPOBT. Ban Fbaxcuoo, September 29. l.l HORSING BALES. tnnOOphir MlsS41b3OH41blO tsu uouiu m lurry lu iu uittDW 100 Best Belcher ., - - 1110 Ssvsfle-SB toxbao 1) CholUr-PotosI S4 14 MX KblO 3G ' 60 Clown point a 100 Bale k Horcroas 23 3 M10 imperial 314 S3 fellow Jacket S3 ts u fc XU Empire Mill is a. 170 Belcher etet It CO 65 14 C5b9 67HM0 Wit SoHDs M Confidence Sfc l s 30 Sierra Nevada 10 loll Daiier S7 Ho 960 Sen. Belcher 43 42 42)4 43 43 44 43)4 18JS Overman 11 life life 11 , Hit US U 245 Justice S 1 W0 Julia 1(4 100 Caledonia 10 HO Arizona and Utah Sue 100 Globe 75c 975 Baltimore Con. 7S TH - 100 H Con "7 He 2S5 American Flit 4 S iu silver H111 rj 100 Tyler 62 Xo 110 Union Con. 114 100 South Overman 20c 300 Woodville CI He AFTERKOOX SALE?. 3B0 Eureka Con. 11 10?, llbSO 875 Jackson 250 285 Belmont 3 3H 3k 1050 Bye Patch ) !i 2710Ba;ea-5 514 SH S S'A BH 5', 5 5ViU30 o'.oaus SOMrUshon 2H 800 Eureka. O. V. 19 H ' 395 Golden Chariot 15H 18 17 18b30 17H30 (5F.Umora-2H9 S5U Mahogany 7 7n30 25 South Chariot 2K 750 Minnesota 151)30 144 14b2 14 Us HVbSO isuu empire idano- uh aa 2uhi 2- du luu jocaet 1 750 Bel, her-tO CSH CCWM G3HU C5 Ci oiuiuoa 13S Opllir 38H 40 30H 401.30 8:10 Gould k Curry lo! 10 lj 10s50 20 Crown Point 88 160 Cuollar Potosi 36s3 WH 37 3C4 15 Seg. Belcher 42 H 43 H 44 14 4 43 UH 65 Yellow Jacket 43 10 Imperial 3V 100 Savtge-89 3DI4 39s30 39 riocna stocks. 535 Meadow Valley HU 15b30 15 14'4 370 Raymond Ely 03 64 :ts3 04 OJbOO OS 05 H 310 Wsshinelou k Creole 1 14 '100 Alps 75c 2j5 American Flag S Its) Pssc k Pauaca 75c 800 Silver Peak 25o 710 Pioche West Ex 1 1H 350 Ivanboe 62Hc 60 Ingomar 20o 8.10 Chief of the U11I-50C 1450 Newark-H 6a3 8 6H t 6'iblO 630 : 9 aentuciry 9 160 Hermes 8 800 Caroline 2H tk AsMayiar. , Following ia a list of sales of delin quent stocks now advertised in our paper: SOUTH STDE. Assessment AO. 6 Levied ...Aug. 8 Amount per share 6 cents Delinquent ia office Sept. 9 Day 01 sate vlt. iu Secretary H. W. Errant Office Corner of Main and Lacoar streets, Pioche. PAOB AK'O PAKACA. Assessment. ........ f No. 4 levied August 12 Amount per share ... o0 cents Delinquent in of&oe Sept. 16 Day of sale Oct. 6 Secretary Louis Kaplan Office Be Kms 26 and "27, Uerohauta' Exchanee, California street, San Francisco. MEKDBA. Assessment. No. 9 Levied August 13 Amount per share tl Delinquent in omce bept 18 Dayoi aale Oct. 13 Secretary Geo. B. Spinney Umce 4U Ualilornia street. Ban Iran- Cisco. PIOCHE Assessment..! Levied Amount per share delinquent in omce..., Day of bale.. isretary.... I HARRISON BROS., ....DitAUns is.... 8. B. Mo-rr, Ja., I O. H. Fus, I Johw G. Mon Saoramento. Pioche. Eureka. MOTT. FISH & CO., Meadow Valley at. PIOCHE - - NEVADA. IMPOH.T33HS And Dealers in hardware:, MILL AND MMG GOODS. Dnpont's Blastins Powder, Giant Powder an. Caps, Candles and Fuse Blacksmith's Hardware, Iron and Steel. STOVES , J Tinware. fe4-tf Xo.4 AuguBt IS) tl.50 Sept. 26 Oct. 23 .Chos.E. Elliot Office Boom 21 Hayward's building, 419 California street, San Francisco. . SIAEXPPA. Assessment No. 2 Levied Ansnst 15 Amount per share 60 cents Delinquent in office. Bept. 20 bay of sale Oct. 8 Secretary M. F. Game Office No. 320 Hansoms street, Ban Francisco. ALPS. Assessment No. 5 Levied August 23 Amount per share 5(1 centB Delinquent in office Sept. 30 Day of sale Oct. 23 Secretary C. F. Balcnin Office No. 420 Montgomery street, Ban Francisco. rxoouAit. Assessment No. 5 Levied August 26 Amouut per share 25oents Delinquent in office Oct. 1 Day of sale Oct. 22 Secretary CIikb. 8. Neal Office Room 23, Hayward's building No. 419 California street, Ban Fran cisco. PEA VIMS. Assessment t No. 5 ljevieu August Amouut per share 25 cents Delinquent in office Oct. 4 Day of aale Oct. 28 becretary.. v.t. Ualcotn Office No. 42t Montgomery street, San l' rancisoo. BUIIN AND BCST. Assessment No. 7 Levied August 30 Amouut per share , 70 cents Delinquent in office Oct. 7 Day of sale Oct. 28 secretary 1. L. himball Office 419 California street, Ban Fran cisco.' CABOLINE. Assessment No. Levied.. September S Amount per share 20 cents Delinquent in office October 14 Day of sale November 6 Secretary Chas. E. Elliot umce 41S tJalilornia st. ban rrancisco Furniture and Bedding Carpets, Wall Paper, Ualag, Doors and ftmtb. she., MAIS BTBKCT, PIOCHE. KPRIXO AND PIXU MATBRMHEH, Blankets, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM HETS, FIXE TOILET BETS, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Bhadea. A FINE ASSOBTMENT OF UPHOLSTERY Oouds, Drapery, A-e. Paper Hanging done. H-tf FRANK WHEELER & CO.. IiirOElEE8 AND DEALEE8 In General Hardware, 4 X; MILL GOODS MILLOOOn MILLOOOM MILL OOOM .11X111 VJ UUtiO HILL OOIW MILL UOUUS MILL OOOM MILLOOOM Mining Goods Mining GoodB MininB Goods Mining GoodKlfTMTUp fl nntlQMiiiiug Goods Mining Good-MlluflU uUUUOMinlnK Goods Alining uooas Aiming uooas Mining Goods Iron ctxica. sstoel, Stoves of all Kinds, Eta E3to Eto Bio. A Supply of Tiuuunm Cmware Tinware 1. 1 R l A 11 Cft On lisnd: also Tin Work Executed prompt ly ai reaaouaoie rates. STONE STORE, Upper Main street, -Pioche, Nevada. apio-tr -A.ri.ca. Ex-Oovernob Stantord in bis hits speech says: "And so we discriminate not against Nevada, bnt in favor of San Franoisco." Commenting on this sen tence, the Mill City correspondent of tbe Sacramento Union says : That ia uood. I will cive yon a oase of local rates in Nevada to show you how tbey encourage the development of this State. J. V. Miuor, onr Secrstary of State, shipped from Keno about ten days ago to this place two one-year-old bull calves. ine way-0111 cauea lor two duii oalves; rated at 7,000 pounds; charges, 74.20. Tbe company rated the first ani mal at 3.000 Dounils. tbe second ona at l.OUU pounds, ana donoie ine aoove rates for breeding balls, would make 7,000 nonnda. for two oalvea whoae actual weisbt on the scales was less than 1.500 pounds. Tbe distance from Beno to Mill City is 14a miles, and at the rate oharge 1 the price per ton per mile was about 65 cents. Now, according to the Governor s logio, he did not discnmin . a i v.... : t i u.A- aie agaiuaa aiiiiur, uui iu is.ui wi omu ford. Minor is a very amiable man, and did not say ninch about the charges. He has a pass over tbe railroad, and taking into consideration the pass and the charges on the bull calves, it is evidently a case of fattening a man before yon eat him, and not a case of discrimination at all. The last statement is made in jus tice to Stanford. Not Alone is Ocb G lost. An change gleefully refers to Fioche as the "butcbertown" of Nevada. While this is not altogether without justification, it should be remembered tbat murders and uioides are not confined to Fiocbe. Of those tragio events the New York Ledger says: The murders and snicides occasioned by jealousy and domestio broils have av eraged about two a week for the laat few months. No part of the country seems to be exempt from tbem. Tbe Eastern, the Middle, tbe Southern, the Northern. the Western and the Pacific States sever ally contribute their respective streams of blood to this vsst and ever-deepenina river of crime which ia sweeping through the land. Nor are the most sequ. sterd localities protected against su. h visita tions. Tbe obscure hamlet, the lonely ranch, the isolated farm, as well as ths great city, every now and then enacts its domestio tragedy. Human nature is f un damentsllv the same everywhere. Con jugal infidelity. Jealousy and revenge WARD'S Furniture and Undertaking ESTABLISHMENT, MAIN STREET, ss. jPIOCHE. NKV.g SPRINC A PULU MATRESSCS, Bla.11k.ata, Sheets, PARLOR AND BED-ROOM SBT8, Fins Toilet Sets, Carpets and Oil Cloth, Window Shades. A Fins Assortment of Upholstery Goods, DRAPERY fco. PAPER HANOINO DONE. ftt-tf ,Tlaware Tinware "SXisttlUntnt: BILLY'S STAGE AND EXPRESS LINE BKTWKEX PIOCHE, BULLIONVILLE, AND PANACA. IFAVEH PIOCHB AT 10 A. It.. FROM j Pres. Wand'. Comer, and Bullionville at T . m.. irom a. Brown's saloon, rarw, ai.iHl. From Bullloniill. to Fan a and IL. JJatua. fare 80 cents. WOOD! WOOD! .RDEB8 LEFT AT BOONE k DOLMAN'S. 1 er with T. C. Taouiaa. who will deliver wood iaaar part of ths ctty.- m . . S f ... Milk, Batter aad Bwttermilh I At tbe old rates. Kll-tf WJt. CrLVEBWELL. Dexter Stablest THI rXDERSIONKD, HAVING A purchased the IMxwr aiaklea, on1 MEADOW VALLEY STREET, Intends to ran th.ra as First-Class Liver)-, Feed and Sales Stables. Carriage.. Bucraes and Saddle Horses to let. Horses and atules received on liverj and prop. eny caiea iur. SV lloraes and Mule, sold on commission. Always en hand, Corn, Oats, Bar, ass Barley. i. . . t The OLD STAND on Lcwer Vain street la continued as usual. GEO. C. JOHNSTON. Wood, Wood 150 C0M8 W00D r0B 8ALE Br a3.tr 1 . I ' t , , . 0E0 0 JOHNSTON. LIEBES Sc. BOWMAN, NORTHWEST CORNER . Battery and Sacramento Sts., SAN FRANCISCO, Manuractiirers i Importers ....or.... . Havana Cigars. And Importers of Leaf Tobacco. t. O. Box 1813. j.7-3m DR. BREIffAN. DR. PAUL M. BRENAN, rilHE CELEBRATED PHYSICIAN AND MED- I 1CAL LCTURKlt, has Ukr-n tin hi beul- qurUrs In Han 1-rsncirjco, lil Montgomery fttivet, onpoelte tbe Ocrldental Hotel entrance. Iiarge Rixinii and tbe belt accommodations for both sex1,. Hundred! of Patienta have been curtd by Dr. Brenan after other physicians have laiieu. his recipes are uaea by tne leaning Bpeciallfta of New Yorlt and Philadelphia. Send for hiR Ligt of printed Question and bii printed Circulara. You who want a true phytiician'a service correspondence will be answered by re 1 urn mail on receipt or stamp. Dr. Brenan will send a prescription known as THE NEW KUGKIIMINATOR for thecureof all dis ease of tlie genlto urinary organs, Including dis 1 or the Kidneys. Bladder. Ht-xual Uritans aud Glands, which never fail to cure when used ac cording to direction. Thi preseriDtion is in- valuable, as lt thoroughly restore the Natural rowers or tne txxiy wuen lout oy diseaiae, nervous debility or slfibue. Price of pre. scrlption $10.00 forwarded to any address. The Doctor will careful y compound the prescrip. tion and send the medicine by express for f 15.00, f 10.00 to be paid in advance and tA.OO on receipt of the medicine, which Is warranted in every case. Address Dr. Paul M. brenan, 1'27 Mont- Romrry street, or his privite Postofl.ee Box Wl. Bend for private circular containing many things worm snowing. sevu CHIir OP TB HILL. Assessment No. 3 Levied : . .Kept. 11 Amount per share 50 rents Delinquent iu oflk'e Oct. 1C Duy of sale Nov. 7 Secretary Cbas. 8. Neal Office 119 California street, Ban Fran cisco. rORTLJND. Assessment No. 3 Levied Sept. 11 Amouut per share 25 ceuts Delinquent in office Oct. 10 Day of sale Nov. 11 Secretary B. J. Qray Office 438 California street. San Fran cisco. SILVKB PEAK. Assessment No 3 Levied Sept. 19 Amount per share CO cents Delinquent in office Oct. 27 Day of sale Nov. 17 Secretary Geo. F. Grimes Office 240 Montgomery street, San Frnneiseo. iraa. r. Xjux. IAS. O'LXABV. Change of Proprietors. MRS. WIIXMAH HAVnm LEASED IIEIl Hotel to KAIN k O LEAKY, tiler are now prepared to f urulah BOARD AT U PER WEEK, AND HEALS SO CENTS. The Table vtllh always supplied with tb best the market affords. Then are also altaubed to the Hotel airy FURNISHED ROOMS, Under the supervision of MRS. WILLMAS. Jyl-lw LAFAYETTE RESTAURANT jMudow Valley St.j SLZ.Ca-Xl9 HAVlNft TAKEN THIS POPULAR RES TAURANT. are determined to apare no pains lu furnishing the -best board to be had In Piorhe, and hope to receive ths patronage of aU their old trtrnda Board br the Week 910.00 Board by the Meal 93 Meals Sent out, each 1.00 Special attention paid to furnishing Suppers for Balla, liridal Parties, etr. sel-tf CAHON k BARGES, Propr's. J. HOSMER'S PRODUCE AND COMMISSION sUBa .; pioche mm & mTMNT, Opposite Brown's Hall, Main atrret. REDUCED PRICES Board bt the Week, invariably in advance. JH.0O Hinsls Meal. 60 Eggs furnished every Morning FAMILIES AND RESTAURANTS STIPPUED with BKEAD and PASTRY o all kinds Balla and Parties also furnished. No Chinamen employed. -S31-M NED. RYAN, Pniprietor. JAMES CRONAN'S Now Stone Store, MAIN STBEKl-, PJOCHE, NEVADA, WBOLBSAaS AUD BKT.n. BKAUtS eaocutns. rDnPCDICt? aaocsaiss UUUULIULd, eaocKsin PROVISIORS D 6EIERIL IERCH1IDISF urrarm rtT A'l'U f Wl e"""8 oLoruraa jljJ 1 mil X OUTTH1KO Bats, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Glass ware, paints, una, uquoro. Tobaooo and Oigars Having unusual facilities la bnyln, 1 am pre pared to sen gooaa si we lowew nm, With One Prioe to All. COME, SEE, AND BE SATISFIED. myll-tf JAMES OBON AN. WANTED, IlNOOI.lf COtTNTT BONDS AND COUNTY j SURI at the new lam. at the anrlTM aTATK BANK Of NKTABA. Next Door to MALLET'S MARKET, Malt Street, - - - Ploehe, levnila, BCW-II Jas. S.Smith 6i: Co. Stock Brokers, Main Street, Three doors belott Wells, Fargo & Co, PIOCHE, NEVADA. ALT AXD SELL STOCKS S TRiCTLV O.V COMMISSION. Currency Bought and Sold. SAN FRANCISCO BROKERS i Altssrs. WOODS & FKEEBOKX. jyw-tf J. R. STAPLES & CO., Pioche 8 treat, below the PoaUrHcs, DEALERS IN FIKMTIRE. ....AND.... Manufacturers of Upholstery 0P ALL KINDS, PICTURE FRAMES and GLASS of all sires, Hir.h thAv nfTsr for sale at reasonable prices. SDriftir MstremH'S, Hair Matresacs, Lounces and Wladow Cornices. Also, PATGR UANQ1NU. CNDERTAK1NO. A splendid , . .in, in tteiidance. Jobblnaaad Reisatrias; executed neatly and promptly. Glorious .'mjVKjvmwravsT BOOT Sl SHOE STORE, Main Street - - Pioche. ON ACCOUNT OF THE D1XLNESS OF the times, we will sell the rtmaiuder oi our SPRING & SUMMER GOODS, Consisting in pail of fi.Wn pair Men's Mining Boots, st 16.00 and upwards. 6.U0U pair Men's Calf Custom Made, at 7,00 and upwards. uoys ana xontn s ttuoia ana tsuocs in great variety. lli.ouo pair Lali s' Kid, Foxed Balmorals, at a?. ou anu upwsrus. ijtutoueu uoots, all styles. lo.lHJO pair Mitres' Kui, Foxed ilalraorals, all styles, at ii.SO and upwards Chililron's and Infant's Bhoes. in every style, for less than San Francisco price , to make room for our Immense stock of V inter Hoods, now on the way. We have added a Custom Department to our Store, where we will make to order all kinds of Boots and Khors, tient's Dreas Boots s specially, Also 1ai1les Paney Htdlar Boots. jselS-Ui A CD k BERBT, Attomeya-aMjw, State Bank Baildls.apststia. A SHI at S. k BBO Wsatet lore. Mass stress, opposite Iaeoar. AB&AHAM I. W.. PnstasssSiw. OwVss, BEENE. HORACE D.. Aiasrasy at Lav sad Notary PaeUe. Otaes wttb kaiskof A aTsata. BEEOSTEIN DR. H., PferaMaa.' Waits'a BuUdlns, Mais atraet, over ataM Bask. JJI8H0P LEX, Phyalciana, BISHOP k BABIN. Attorneys st Law. Mala street. B BOOKS 8EWINO MACHINE CO MP ANT, im Broadway. Mew lork. BREAK ET H. ., Notary Public, Ooan mlsaioner of Deeds sad Mlainf Itseoraer, BAIL MRS. H. E., Idaho Restaurant, Laconr street. . BARRETT M , Pbotofrsph Oallery, Mala street. BUTLER T. R., Asssyer. ' Opposite Ptoehe Bolstuw Works. inOLEMAN It TYLKR, Capital Saloon, Mala street. CAHILL k FOX, Stock Brokers, eue MontaosMry street, asa PibbcIsio. CLARK D. C. k BRO., Wholesals sad Retail Dealers ia Groceries. Provision. ad Oaaw era! Merchaadise, Lower Main street. COHN ADOLPH k BRO.,' Wkoiesal and Retail Dealers ia Tobacco and Cigars, Halo street. CLEVELAND k PATTIE, Ataeaamai Saloon, Main street. COHN JACOB, Dealer la Dry Goods sad Clothing, Main atraet. ops. Meadow Valley. CWONAN JAMES, Dealer la Orocertes, Bard 1 wan. Clothing, etc.. Mala street. COSCHINA k 0UI8TTN, Daslarsla Porelca and DeBMstte Fruits, Ma3 attest., . O'DOCOHERTY A. B.. Attomey.at.Law, Meadow Valley street. CHARTER OAK STOVES.-Bold by i. 1. Hat pin k Co., Maiu street. CAMPBFLL JAMES, Orient Saloon. Laconr street. CLANCT k MCCORMICK, Saloon, Mala street. DEAL DB. D. L., Physician, Main street. DONAHOE k QCILLIN, Bakery. Daslera ia Liquors, Proviiuoaa and Groceries. EDWARDS T. D.. Attorney and Counselor at Law, Carson City. ITU8ENMANN J. k CO., Importers and Dealers j In Hardware. Crockery, Glassware sad House-furnishing Goods, Main street. FARGO E. A. k CO., Importers and Jobbers of Brandies, Wines and Liquors, 816 Front street, San Francisco, FELSENTHAL PH., Wholesals and Retail Dealer in Groceries. Provisions, etc.. Main atreet. l.iETTERMAN DR. W. W., Homoeopathic A roysician. ijaoour sinew HA MOM & (TIME "" ....Can be fonnd St.... 1 TMF.Ill STAND ON MAIN STREET, And have In store a FULLArDCOMPLMES OCK Of the following goodsi , Ready-made " Clothing, DRY GOODS. Boots, SHOOS, , HATS AND CAPS, And a Full Line of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ....iNCLrmso.... Suits Mado to Order, . . ... - ti.r bESOEIPTIONS OF CLOTHS AUD OASSIMEES, Which will be Suit! VERY LOW FOR . CASH. TSsv ianvat atlts. teai'e.l tho fiprTt cesof a Klrat-elnss Cutter ami Fitter. Union Pacific Railroad, TIME TABLE. TTNTIL FTJB1HF.R NOTICE. rBAINS WILL J leave aud arrive at Ogden daily, as follows: LiAM Daily express, ( 30 a. m.; mind, 6:30 p. in ; freight, 10:30 a. m, Arbivk. Daily express, 6:10 p lu. ; mixed, 3:35 p. m.; freight, ti:10 a. m. Dally connections made at Onden with ths Utuh Central Kailroad from Salt Lake City and Ml point, in Southern Utah. At Bryan, with stage for the Sweetwater minrg. At Cheyenne, with Denver Pacific Railroad, for Denver, Central City, Oeorgetown aud all points in Colorado and New Mexico. At Omaha, with ChicsRo and Northwestern; Chicago, liock Island aud Pacific; Burlington and Missouri River; Kausss City, St. Joe and Council Bluff's Railroads, aud Missouri river line of steamers, for all pointa east and south. Tickets for sale to all points esst st office of Wells, Fsrgo k Co., East Temple street, acd at the office of the Utah Central llsliruad.io8.lt Lake City; also at the I'nion Pacific Railroad ticket onlce, iu Ogdeu, at which office berths on sleeping-cars can be secured. Arrttngt ruentB have been made whereby pas sengers desiring to visit Denver, on their way Esst, can avail themselves of an excursion rate from Cheyenne to Denver, and return, at greatly reduced rates. For psrticulars and all information in regard to passsge, apply at the ticket offices. Pssseiigers should be careful to secure their passage tickets to all eastern and acuthern points via Omaha, and thua avail themselves of a through sleeping-car, comfortable accommoda tions aud quick time. THUS. ij. aiunALii, General Ticket Ageut. T. E. SICKLES, au23-tf Chief Engineer and Superintendent. 1?LYNN A., Boot sad Shoe Store, . Main street, Piochs. 1 .Mil END E. A. fc CO., Auction snd Commls. ; aion Morchanta, Main, opp. Lacour street. GRAND GI7T CONCERT, Nevaka Bute, H R. Breakey, Agent ior Lincoln county. GIBBON DR., Gibbon's Dispensary, 623 Kearny street, San Francisco. GILMER k SALISBURY, Dally Stage Line. Offlos st Wells, Fsrgo fc Go's. GORDON fc MURRAY, Forwarders, Lehi. rtab. GROVE noCSE, Lower Main street. Judson fc Cox, Proprietors. rilBntlED fc BRISACHEB, San Francisco J Restaurant snd Bakery, Meadow Valley street, opposite Dexter Stables. ALP IN J. J. fc CO,, Dealers la Hardware, Main street. HAMILTON .. Wholesale snd Retail Liquor Dealer. Main street. HANLY K. J., Armory Hall, Meadow Valley street. HARRISON BROS., Dealers in Furniture, Bedding, Carpets, etc.. Mala street. HILL SAMUEL, Agent Floranoa Sewing Ma chines, lv New Montgomery street, Grand Hotel Building, San Francisco. HARENBETIG DR. 0., Physician and Surgeon, Meadow Valley street. JACOBS SULTAN, Wholesale and Retail ' Dealers in General Merchandise, Mala st. JOHNSTON GEO. C , Livery, Feed snd Me Stables, Lower Mala street. KITCHEN k CO., Proprietors Walker House and Clift House, Salt Lake. RAIN k O'LEARY, Proprietors Wilmana Ho tel, Main street. TASTEN F., Meadow Valley Brewery, comer JV of Main and Meadow Vslley streets. IIEBKS fc BOWMAN, Manufacturers and Im j porters of Havana Cigars, corner of Sacra mento and Battery streets, Han Francisco. IIVINGHTON fc CO., Fine Brandies, Wines J and Liquors, 220 and tit California street, tt.n Francisco. LEWIS H., Dealer in Clothing and Funnell ing Goods, Main street. T TNCH JOHN C, Wholesale snd Retail Xj Liquor Dealer, cor. Main snd Lacour sts. ICHAEL H., Cigar Store, Main street, oppo site Meadow alley street. MAHONEY fc O'TOOLE. Dealers in Clothing, Boots and Shoes, etc., Main street. ALLETT J. H. fc CO.. Meet Market, Main, opposite Lacour street. MARX F. F., Forward U g and Commission Merchant, Toano (C. P. R. it.) Nevada. RS. WILMANS, Furnished Rooms, Wll. mans Hotel, Msln street. EYERS fc L1CHTEN8TEIN, Auction and Commission Merchants, Lacour street. J. El&ENMNK & CO., MAIN STREET, MOC'llE .'...NEVADA, IMPORTERS AiD DEALERS IN HAXIDWAIIE!, STOVES, CltOCKERY, GLASS WARE, and HOl'SK Fl'BN. 1S1I1NG GOODS. Msnufactnrers of Clipper, Tlu and Sheet-Iron Ware, numbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. I NOW PREPARED TO CON- tract for Air Pipe, Blowers, Furnace Pipe, Lift Pumps, (cc, of any required Use snd Weight. , ,, , . ; -ij Also Agents tor ths Celebrated Buck's Patent Cook Stoves. apv-tf Utah Central Railroad. TIME TABLE. rilRAINS LEAVE SAI.T LAKE CITY DAILY X st 5:30 s. m snd 8:411 p. m. Arrive at Og. dt n at 7:30 a. m. snd 6:46 p. m. Trains will leave Ogden daily at 8:10 s. m. and 9 311 p. m. Arrive at Salt Lake City at 10:40 a.m. and 8:90 p. in. Mixed Trains Will run daily, Sundays excepted, leaving Salt Lake City st 8 a. m. aud 6:30 p. ni., and Ogden at s s. m. snd 6:50 a. m. au23-tf Utah Southern Railroad. TWAINS LEAVE THE UTAH CENTRAL Depot, Salt Lass City, at 1 s. m. snd 2 JO o'clock p. in. Sandy (nearest point to Little Cottonwood Canyon), at 8.10 a. m. aud 3 JO p. m. Arrive at Lent at v a. m. sou p. m. Leave Lent at :30 a.m. snd 5 p.m.; Sandy, at IthfiOa. m. and 6:10 n. m. Arrive at Halt Lake City at lisu a. nt. ana p. m. suva-ti Utah Northern Railroad. rpllAlNS LEAVE COR1NNE AT liXI P. M.: s leave lgan at b:.sj a. in., to connect -wuu trains tor Ogden and Salt Lake. au23-tf FOR SALE. HOUSE AXD FURNITURE, OS M.'CANMIN streets also, one Steinwsy k Son's oele brated Piano. Apply W tsat-tfi P. L. DIAL, ' WANTED. I EVERYBODY WITHIN A RADIUS OF ONE !i huudrtHl miles of Fioche to know that 1 have fitted up a PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, r ON MAIN STREET, Di close proximity to tho San Jose House, and longitudinally opposite to the several Fire Companies' buildings. Having had long sod successful experience in this business in the Eastern States, 1 can guar antee s good picture of everv kind known to the srt, st REASONABLE PRICES. ENTRANCE l '' ' Through Banks fc Ayree' paint shop, oa Mala street, or from the sveuu. between ths San Joae House snd Msaoge s boot store. SUM-If M. BABBITT, o. hp. n.. n.. ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAY 4, 1818, Trains will leave OGDEN as follows: 5 ill) P, M. (Dally) Passenger Train for Reno ifor Carson snd Virginia), Sacramento, larvsvllle. Reddlni Ifor Portland. Or.) Stockton, Merced (for Yosemirei Tipton (for Los Angeles) San Jose and Jan Iran. Cisco. 5 tOO P. M. (Daily) Through Emigrant Train for Sacramento ami Han rrancisco. T. H. GOODMAN, General Passenger and Ticket Agent. A. N. Towns, General snperintent. myo-tf . ssssss. e Pioche Bakery QUILLEN It, DONAHOE, Proprietors. Dealers in Groceries WINES AND LlttUOES, Meadow Valley St. r The highest price paid (or Ctah Produce aull-tf M1 MII.EY A LAAOE, Confectioners, Next door to J. i. 11a) pm fc Co.. Main stresU MOTT. FIHH fc CO , Importers snd Dealers in Hardware. Mill snd Mining Ooods, etc.. Meadow Valley straet. JICHOLS DR.F.C, t Dentist, Msln street. PITZER k CORSON, Attorneys at Law, Laconr street. )OND, REYNOLDS fc CO., Importers snd Jobbers of Wines and Llauors. all Califor nia street, San Francisco. 1)IFRHON fc DANNER, Saloon and Bowling Alley, Meadow Valley atteet. PRITCHARD W. L. (T. F. Lawler. Agent st Pioche) Fast Freight Line trom Palisade to Pioche, Main street, below Lacour. R0VAL HAVANA LOTTERY, H. M.Jameson, Agent for Pioche. RO DER JOHN, Deslear in Groceries, Pro visions and General Merchandisa, Stone Sture, Lacour street. SCHCSTRICH fc KLEINE, Philadelphia Brewery, Main street. COTT RUSSELL, I Palace Club Rooms, Main street. HERWO0D fc BRO., Dealers In Lumber, I . Main street. SHROrFE, SWEENEY fc CO., Commission snd Wholesale Dealers in Provisions, SOS Front street, San Francisco. SINE fc GRANGER, Attorneys st law. . Belmont, Nev. MITH JAS. S. k CO., Stock Brokers, I Mala street. TAPLES I. R. fc CO., Furniture, Upholstery, eui., Fioche street. TATE BANK OF NEVADA, I Main street. TRONO L. D., Agent Ksnarrah Coal Compa. ) ny. Meadow Valley street, Pioche. THOMPSON fc GAUDIN, Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Liquor and Cigars, Lacour street riirtAVIS fc CO., Pioche snd Hamilton Stage 1 Line; Frank C. Mlnshull, at Wells, Fsrgo fc Go's, Aoent. WARD H Undertaker, and dealer la Fur niture. Bedding, etc. west side Main street, Pioche, Nevada. -(IT ELLS, FARGO ft CO., Exchange, Bsnkli g f and Express Company, Main street. lirESCOATT N., Patents for Mineral Lands, . vf l Meadow Valley street. "117" HEELER FRANK It CO., Importers snd if 1 Dealers in General Hardware, Main St. WIEDERHOLD C, Pioneer News Depot, Mala street etrii'LiAHS ct.. isagnoiia aaioon, Bullionville. SWISS CONFECTIONERY. . MILEY fc LAAOE It. A. Miley, Ute of Sea Francisco, oppoalts ths Plasa.) HAVE OPENED A CONFECTIOJIAMT, On Main street, naxt to Halpla's. . . sv.lt asses sb ' cream uaxes, v ...J'n Jllv Fa all kinds of Pastryi slao Oslffw '""i,," Oy OOIrM iur V !- aaaasww. a Notice. A LL PERSONS KNOWING THEMBKi.. 7 to be Indebted to tne estate oi - John H. Lynch are requested to JITnV. and llquldste such Indebtedness without aeisy. ' 1AI1U . lSlWaVHlTK. . r.-xiiutrix. MMdow Valiy stiswt, "lochs. Augastl,! ITERS ItffiHTEHSTEDl, iuctioi ui comstiu Miwim, BRICK BUILDING, LACOUB 8TBXET OUT DOOR SALES PBOMTTLt ATTDTDBD T AUCTION SALES EVERY EVENING. EVERT deecrlptioa at merchandise such as Gold sod Silver Jewelry, Watches, Clothing sad Fur- BIsBIBf, uooas, sea.